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Neel Shah

Director, Delivery Decisions Initiative

Pregnancy during COVID-19
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Neel Shah, MD, MPP*

Neel Shah directs the Delivery Decisions Initiative (DDI) at Ariadne Labs, which aims to ensure every person can start or grow their family with dignity. Dr. Shah’s team is currently implementing the Team Birth Project, a trial involving hundreds of clinicians and tens of thousands of families across the United States that aims to deliver… Continue reading Neel Shah, MD, MPP*

Neel Shah

Neel Shah, MD, MPP, is Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School, and Senior Advisor to the Delivery Decisions Initiative at Ariadne Labs. His team is currently collaborating with hospitals across the United States, and using methods from design, systems engineering, and management to reduce the epidemic of avoidable c-sections.

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STAT News: For prenatal care, more doesn’t necessarily mean better

Rebecca Gourevitch and Neel Shah opine in STAT News on their latest research the quality of a person’s prenatal care and the number of prenatal care visits.

Oct 25 2021
GBH News: ‘We Need To Hear Black Women’s Voices’: Study At Boston Hospitals Looks At Wide Disparity In Maternal Deaths

Neel Shah, Senior Advisor to the Delivery Decisions Initiative, on the increasing gap between Black and white maternal mortality in the United States.

Aug 16 2021
Wall Street Journal: Covid-19 Is Killing Hundreds of Pregnant Women and Babies in Brazil

Dr. Neel Shah comments on the concerning state of maternal care in Brazil.

May 27 2021
Bloomberg CityLab: What the Post-Pandemic Hospital Might Look Like

Dr. Neel Shah featured in Bloomberg on how U.S. health care could emerge from the pandemic with better, more resilient infrastructure and practices.

Feb 23 2021
Consumer Reports: Preparing to Give Birth During the Pandemic

Dr. Neel Shah comments on the challenges faced by pregnant people during COVID-19, and the policies needed for support and safety.

Nov 16 2020